published work

DCCF Annual Report

The Douglas County Community Foundation is a true positive force in my city of Lawrence, KS and to the rest of Douglas County.  They raise and invest charitable funds, make grants for the arts, education, environmental, health services, and housing and I've been working with them, helping to provide imaging for their publications.  Here's a peek at some of the images I shot for their 2018 annual report..

Summer tearsheets..

It's finally here.  That part of summer when it's too hot to even think of going outside.  Today, there's a heat advisory in Kansas, so I'm hiding out, trying to stay cool, and considering stripping down and laying out on the cold concrete floors of my studio.  While seeking refuge from this oppressive heat, I thought I'd take a moment to share some images of mine that were recently published. 

The first few are from Unmistakably Lawrence Magazine where I photographed three different people, who sure do love living in Lawrence.  I've also thrown in a printed ad for The Merc Co+op, that I discovered in my mail the other day.  It's always nice to see an image of mine, being used just how the client intended.  The last is an image that I set up and shot here in my studio, used by GreenBiz.com.

Stay cool out there.

Best of Lawrence Magazine Tearsheets

A couple of months back, Sunflower Publishing scheduled a shoot in my studio, for the Best of Lawrence Magazine.  It was supposed to feature images of a pooch named Duke.  He was a sweet guy, but unfortunately Duke couldn't handle the pressures of being the Lawrence top dog model.  Fortunately, my sweet girl Millie has loads of experience under the bright lights and was willing to sit in for Duke.  An hour and 10 Milkbones later, we had all of the images shot for each opening section of the magazine.  Millie is the queen of my studio and the cover shot captures her "I'm the only dog you should be petting" attitude.

I also photographed a number of the Lawrence Magazine Choice sections and met some really nice folks along the way.  Thanks to Sunflower Publishing for the great project!